Fifth District BCPS Board of Education member and Board Chair Julie Henn will begin her third term in December.
The Perry Hall resident knows that she will officially return to the Board of Education as no one in District 5 filed in that race.
“I am pleased to share that I will run unopposed for the Fifth District Board of Education seat in the 2022 general election, Henn said in a statement.
“It’s a blessing to be able to focus my energies on leading the Board‘s efforts to improve the school system for students, educators, and staff. I look forward to mentoring our new members in the next term and continuing to push BCPS toward the standards of excellence we can and must attain for our graduates’ success.”
Henn was original appointed to the Board of Education by Gov. Larry Hogan in 2016 as an at-large member. She was elected to the Board in 2018, which was the first year of an elected school board.
Henn has served as Vice-Chair from 2019-2021 and is the current Chair for the final year of this term.
Seventh District Board member Rod McMillion is the only other current board member to seek reelection along with Henn. and he is now unopposed. McMillion was set to face former Baltimore City Councilman Nick D’Adamo in November, but D’Adamo withdrew from the race.